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Saturday’s prep roundup: Lexi Wagner scores 29 in G-E-T win over Prescott

January 20, 2019

GALESVILLE — Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau improved their record to 13-1 with a 69-60 victory over Prescott in nonconference girls basketball on Saturday at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School.

G-E-T’s Lexi Wagner led all scorers with 29 points. She scored 16 in the first half.

The Red Hawks stretched their lead with 38 second-half points after leading 31-29 going into halftime.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Nonconference

Rushford-Peterson 56, Crestwood 51

CRESCO, Iowa — Justin Ruberg scored 18 points with nine rebounds as the Trojans defeated Crestwood.

Luke O’Hare scored 13 points for R-P, while Kobe Lind scored 12.

G-E-T 74, Prescott 61

GALESVILLE — Four Red Hawks reached double figures, but it wasn’t enough to lift them to victory as they fell to Prescott.

Jake Jumbeck led Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau with 14 points.

Josh Jumbeck, Grant Beirne, and Alex Pearson all scored 12.

BOYS HOCKEY

Austin 5, Winona 2

The Winhawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period, but the Packers scored the next five goals as they picked up a victory at Bud King Arena.

Jack Thompson scored the first goal for Winona 7:44 into the first period with an assist from Hans Larsen.

Roman Grulkowski added an unassisted goal about six minutes later to give the Winhawks a 2-0 lead.

But Austin answered with a goal mere second after Grulkowski scored late in the first period.

And two early goals in the second pushed them ahead before adding two more in the third.

The Winhawks had 11 shots in the first period, 13 in the second, but only two in the third.

WRESTLING

Henningson first at Eastview Lightning Invitational

APPLE VALLEY, Minn. — Winona’s Ryan Henningson finished first at 113 pounds at the Eastview Lightning Invitational on Saturday in Apple Valley, Minn. while three teammates finished fourth.

Henningson defeated Wayzata’s Adam Cherne by tech fall 18-3 in the final.

Lance Thorn was fourth for the Winhawks at 195 pounds. Tyler Nachtigal was fourth at 220 pounds. And Zander Rusert was fourth at 285.

Trevor Pomeroy was sixth at 170 pounds for WSHS.